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Tulsa CC offers an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Electronics Technology with a Nanotechnology option. This program prepares the student with a background in the growing field of nanotechnology.
Nanotechnology is currently in the forefront of all other new technologies because nano and micro substances is a large part of electrical, chemical, and biological science. This option will help the graduate to obtain employment in the nanosciences or as a field service technician, engineering and research technician or systems electronic technician.
Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology boasts one of the industry's leading nanotechnology engineering programs featuring:
Located 40 miles south of Tulsa, near the center of the eastern half of Oklahoma, OSU Institute of Technology is a public, state-supported technical institution committed to increasing the potential and productivity of the people it serves.
More than thirty programs of study lead to Associate in Applied Science degrees, four programs of study lead to a Associate in Science transfer degree, and three programs of study lead to the new Bachelor of Technology degrees. The campus is known for its hands-on technical education, its world-class equipment and its unique partnership with industry.